Top 5 things to do after 5 P.M. during the Week in Singapore

February 4, 2016 | Author: Irene Loh-Brodie

You know what they say about all work and no play. Good thing there’s plenty to enjoy after a busy day at this year’s Singapore Airshow. Among the possibilities:

  1. FoodAmazing food – Singapore offers a haven of cuisines to savor. Thanks to its rich and unique multi-cultural heritage, you’ll find Chinese, Indian, Malay and Eurasian dishes.
  2. Chinatown district – With Chinese New Year celebrations in full swing, absorb the sights and sounds of the bustling Chinese quarter as you experience the festive mood.
  3. Abundant shopping – As the island’s premiere shopping destination, Orchard Road and Marina Square caters to all tastes and budgets – from high street names and department stores to designer labels and luxury boutiques.
  4. Night Safari – Yes, it’s the world's first nocturnal zoo – and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore.
  5. RafflesLegendary Raffles Hotel – This luxurious colonial-style hotel has a long history dating to 1887 and is considered one of Singapore’s most important landmarks. Many come for the Raffles Bar experience, where you can be sure to find the best Singapore Sling in town. After all, it was invented here and they’ve had 100 years of experience making them.


Irene Loh

Irene Loh-Brodie

Irene Loh-Brodie is the Tradeshows & Events Manager for Honeywell Asia Pacific. She has worked in Honeywell since 1998. She is responsible for all aspects of planning, creating, facilitating and executing on all of the division’s shows and events for the region.

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